Spectrum is working with major carriers to bring 5G to the masses, with roles in the development and construction of thousands of Small Cell projects throughout the western United States. Spectrum has been involved in the design and development of the 5G network in some of the most populous areas in the US, including the Las Vegas Strip, Denver Stadium District, Historic Las Vegas Fremont Street, San Francisco Wharf area, and Downtown Los Angeles.
Spectrum has played an integral role in the development and construction of thousands of Macro sites throughout the western United States for all major carriers. Spectrum is a leader in site development services and continues to provide services to these Macro sites in the form of modifications, relocations, and new site development.
Spectrum Services, Inc. completed a neutral host DAS project for the Las Vegas Convention Center’s North Hall and Headend Room. The North Hall portion of the project consisted of installing 27 omni-directional antennas and 33 directional antennas to provide coverage to the exhibit areas, meeting rooms and common areas. Connecting the antennas, Spectrum installed 46,500 ft of coaxial cable in approximately 15,000 ft of conduit. Providing the cellular coverage to the North Hall, Spectrum installed 9 remote cabinets connected to the Headend room by approximately 10,000 ft of fiber optic cable installed in a combination of conduit and cable tray. The Headend Room portion of the project consisted of the installation of forty-seven 19 inch racks with a combination of active and passive equipment, fiber optic patch panels, system controllers, associated D/C cabling and duplex fiber optic cables.
Spectrum Services, Inc. completed a 2 year project for the City of Henderson Utility Services Department expanding their wireless SCADA system. The city wide project consisted of of installing (9) point to point 11GHz licensed microwave links for backhaul communication and 29 point to multipoint 4.9GHz wireless links. Spectrum completed the turnkey design, installation and integration of the network. The wireless network allows for the remote monitoring and control of 12 lift stations and 26 pump stations. Associated installations at the stations included 7 new pump control cabinets, 4 new programmable logic controller cabinets, modifications on 5 existing programmable logic controller cabinets and all associated cabling for remote monitoring.
Design, permitting and installation of the Verizon equipment headend room at the T-Mobile arena located in Las Vegas, Nevada. This turnkey project included performing an A/C power load study on the existing distribution panel and the installation of 18 Verizon MRO remote radio heads for the LTE, AWS and PCS technologies on new racks. The MRO’s were located within the DAS neutral host equipment room and included the installation of all equipment, A/C and D/C power, fiber and RF cabling to interface with the DAS neutral host equipment.